Above is a photo of our meeting point. Below directions & details.
Sai Kung Town Waterfront (New Pier, shorter of the two...
Getting to Sai Kung waterfront for 8:15 8.30 am Allow an hour plus ...
Make your way on the MTR underground system.
From - Kowloon / Mong Kok -
- At Mongkok change to the Green line and head to Choi Hung Station.
- Exit at C1 and walk around to the right and find the Sai Kung mini bus with green band, No A1
- Stay on mini bus till it stops in Sai Kung.
From - HK Island -
• Head to North Point, cross the platform to the Purple line and proceed to Hang Hau station.
• Pop up at ground level and find Exit B 1 and turn left to the “transport interchange”.
• Walk to the left and look for a mini bus # 101 to Sai Kung in the second lane.
• Stay on the bus until the last stop at Sai Kung and bus terminal and water front.
• Facing the sea, look across to the right hand ferry pier, (Sai Kung new pier).
- Our staff will be waiting at the pier entrance At 8.45 am wearing a red T-Shirt, holding a clipboard.
- We leave when everyone has signed in and arrive back at approx. 4 PM.
We are in an exposed environment and the UV is higher than in the city.
You need a hat and at least factor 30 sun cream (non-greasy)
As we are out for quite a while consuming energy please bring some snack, bars, dried fruit etc.
Lunch - Not included
We recommend our local restaurant were we can help you with a great mix of Chinese dishes for around HK$ 120 -150 p.p.
If not please bring a packed lunch and snacks to keep you going.
We provide water to refill you bottles and cooler boxs to help with snacks etc.
Small back pack and dry bag
Have a change of clothes for after, small towel. Dry bags are very useful if you have one.
Please No flip flops on the activity section... ok for coming and leaving...
Make sure you are hydrated !
Please help use less bottled water and plastic.... bring your own sustainable water bottle and water !
Take time for this link -” CAMELBAK “
We will refill with fresh cold filtered water. K+H has reduced single use bottled water.
Just think 40 bottles per weekend = 160 per month =